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Two Dalit girls found dead in wheat field in Unnao, UP, third critical

The incident in Unnao district of Uttar Pradesh has once again embarrassed everyone. On Wednesday night, three minor Dalit girls

By Ground report
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The incident in Unnao district of Uttar Pradesh has once again embarrassed everyone. On Wednesday night, three minor Dalit girls were found with their hands and feet tied up in Baburaha village of the district's Asoha police station area. Two of them had died while one is fighting for life and death in a hospital.

After this incident, the police administration which came in can, has captured the spot. With this, the victim's family has been closed and no one is allowed to talk.

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The girls were found with their legs and arms tied. The girls, aged 13 and 16, were found dead.

According to local villagers, the lighting situation remains extremely critical. From the spot, Babura village has been converted into a cantonment, with a top police officer, Superintendent of Police, Unnao with his team force.

There is a suspicion among the local people regarding the incident, post-mortem report is awaited, expressing suspicion of untoward incident with the girls.

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Three girls from Baburaha village had gone to the farm on Wednesday afternoon to get fodder for cattle but when they did not return till late evening, they were searched. When all the three women were found unconscious in the village farm, they were rushed to the hospital.

In this, two real sisters and one cousin are being told.

Vishal, the brother of two of the three real sisters, told Ravi, a local journalist in Kanpur, "All three girls went to seek fodder when they did not return home, when the three went to find them, all three were found in a field unconsciously tied with clothes Was. Two of the three are my sisters and one is the daughter of an uncle. We had no enmity with anyone."

IG (Lucknow Range) Laxmi Singh said they were yet to confirm if the girls were tied up. “The brother has given a statement saying this, but we can’t say anything because the bodies were removed before the police reached the spot,” Singh said.

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Unnao Superintendent of Police Anand Kulkarni, told reporters that the three girls are cousins. "A white substance was oozing out of their mouths, and was visible, when the police teams reached there," he said.

The two bodies have been sent for post mortem. Family members meanwhile, have alleged murder. "Why would the girls tie their own hands and feet? It is a clear case of murder," said a family member.

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